• Q. I got a deal from Yamaha dealer to buy FZS V2 armanda blue colour with dual disk, this is a demo bike. It's 1 year old only standing in Yamaha showroom and 26 km driven only. They are giving me it at 82000 ( without insurance). It is worth buying? Or I spend 25000 more to buy FZS V3, please answer my question. I am really confused.

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    Rahul | 1 year ago

    82k is also not worth for 1year old model. Bargain more to get around 70k or buy the new one

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    Anu | 1 year ago

    I should only go only for the new one...

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    Manish | 1 year ago

    Ok you should take and save money.

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